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SRDF Mourns The Death Of Former Director

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The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) mourns the passing of a distinguished former director on the board of the organization, Mr. Innocent Aimable.

Mr. Aimable served with dedication and passion during his tenure from 2021 to 2023, leaving an indelible mark on the organization and the community at large.

He was also an esteemed founding member of the Soufriere Action Theatre, where his commitment to arts and culture was evident.

His influence reached beyond the boardroom, making a significant impact on the cultural landscape of the region, and reflecting his belief in the power of creativity to bring communities together.

In addition to his contributions to the arts, Mr. Aimable was a stalwart figure in the local community, having served as a teacher and leaving an enduring legacy of education and mentorship.

His commitment to fostering knowledge and empowering others underscored his belief in the transformative power of education.

As a local contractor, Mr. Aimable contributed to the development and infrastructure of the Soufriere community and surrounding areas.

The loss of Mr. Aimable is deeply felt by all who had the privilege of working alongside him. His legacy will continue to inspire us as we carry forward the values he championed. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family, friends, and the entire community during this difficult time.

In memory of a remarkable community leader and advocate for arts, culture, education, and community development, the board, management and staff of the SRDF pay tribute to the enduring legacy of Mr. Innocent Aimable.

SOURCE: Soufriere Regional Development Foundation

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Brother, go home to the Most High in eternal peace. You lived a life of service to the community. Your service as a teacher at Boys Primary and Soufriere Comprehensive has touched the lives of many. As a cultural activist, you embraced and pushed our cultural heritage to the for front of national consciousness. You made it cool to celebrate local culture. As a director of SRDF, you provided voice to the voiceless. You were uncompromising in advocating for opportunities for local entrepreneurs and grass roots to reap the benefits from tourism in Soufriere. Soufriere will miss your intellect, advocacy, talent and leadership. Rest in peace.

  2. wow wow i’m sadden to read this news of a dear good friend. I met this guy during the disaster thomas, extremely enthusiastic individual who wanted so much for his country, always in inspiration mode to have his island to hit high on records. Sadly, my exit from St. Lucia never attracts my return to my place of birth because it is a sad situation every week. I hope someone close to him can pick up the mantle and see that a lot being done not only in his hometown but across the country RIP brother. The sad thing is that when the great Mahatma Ghandhi died from being assassinated, leaders thereafter came and continue his legacy and mantra. In my place of birth is it quite shocking we still enjoy the maleway/boujwah cultural behavior.

  3. Talk nice about someone right after his/her passing. But let’s deal with what may have caused his death? Did he smoke and drink alcohol? Soufriere, have had some serious problems with alcohol. There’s a societal decay and people dying so young. Whats the most common cause of death affecting us in the Caribbean Islands, right now? Lets work on a preventative approach….We can talk or say all the good things about him. That won’t bring him back. I can wish him the best of luck in his grave. Rest in peace 🙏 MARBLE LA.

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